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How to play lead fills between chords – Guitar Lesson – Filler licks – EP054

LEARN TO PLAY GUITAR WITH ONLINE GUITAR LESSONS! GET FREE GUITAR LESSONS TODAY! – Click here! Visit to download the tablature for this lesson as well as to watch the second video in this series (Part 2). Be sure to look for EP054. In this guitar lesson, I'll show you how you might start to … Continue reading “How to play lead fills between chords – Guitar Lesson – Filler licks – EP054”

Visit to download the tablature for this lesson as well as to watch the second video in this series (Part 2). Be sure to look for EP054.

In this guitar lesson, I'll show you how you might start to think of playing filler lead notes in between chords on the guitar. I'm playing 4 basic chords (G, D, Em, C) and play lead licks in-between those chords. I'll also explain where those licks come from so that you can start to create your own filler licks using this technique

How to play lead fills between chords - Guitar Lesson - Filler licks - EP054

Visit http://www.activemelody.com to download the tablature for this lesson as well as to watch the second video in this series (Part 2). Be sure to look for EP054.

In this guitar lesson, I'll show you how you might start to think of playing filler lead notes in between chords on the guitar. I'm playing 4 basic chords (G, D, Em, C) and play lead licks in-between those chords. I'll also explain where those licks come from so that you can start to create your own filler licks using this technique

27 thoughts on “How to play lead fills between chords – Guitar Lesson – Filler licks – EP054”

  1. This week’s guitar lesson is now live.  Learn how to play filler lead licks in between chords.  How to play lead fills between chords – Guitar Lesson – Filler licks – EP054

  2. your right you do chatter a lot. you have so much to teach, you are very talented, alas i couldn’t take the talking. I really needed to know if you are playing off each chord, or the scale

  3. Everything he says in the lesson is relevant to teaching the technique. Unjustified complaining highlights impatience, which isn’t a virtue.

  4. awsome work, but could you post the sheet music in the description please, that would be great if you can

  5. More country guitar videos please acoustic lead because that’s what i have
    You are the best teacher with clear voice

  6. oke… just practicing right now… The G chord is coming, that one isn’t so difficult. But the D chord however…How do I pick string 2 and 3 and let them ring long enough for me to hammer on … and slide… That isn’t so easy. My index finger is feeling nomb right now of ‘barring’ of the strings… Anyone some suggestions?? or is it just… keep practicing…

  7. Once again, DYNOMITE!
    Only problem is, which of your lessons to work on. They are all super excellent & melodic.
    Gracias amigo!
    Dave in the Adirondacks

  8. John Churilla the funny thing is if you scroll through the comments you’ll see that a lot of folks say I talk too much and spend TOO much time on stuff. There’s no winning … sigh

  9. thanks for this. I do have a question but it isn’t about playing. Why is it that classical guitars don’t have fret markers?

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